> -----Original Message-----
> From: Les Mikesell [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: mardi, 17. avril 2007 17:27
> To: Méresse Christophe
> Cc: ANGonline; email@example.com
> Subject: Re: How to search between branches (complete)
> Méresse Christophe wrote:
> >> Imagine a software that has 100 source files and a repository that
> >> has one directory for the main trunk and an indefinite number of
> >> directory for all the branches, one for each ongoing development
> >> thread.
> > [snip]
> >> I wonder if there is a way to know, for a certain file, how many
> >> branches have done commits on it (well, to be exact,
> commits on its
> >> brothers that have been forked while branching).
> > I like when people are lighting this problem because that's the one
> > I'm always complaining about :) No, there aren't any
> efficient solution and this big issue (from my point of view)
> does not seem to concern many users...
> > <mode_troll_on reason='tentative to have a real debate on this
> > question and why not some ideas to solve it... :)'> Changing this
> > would certainly have a huge impact on the subversion core, that's
> > probably the reason why the question always generates a big
> silence :P
> > <mode_troll_off>
> The point of branching is to isolate changes. Why do it if
> you want to treat the copies as though they weren't isolated
> from each other?
For instance: Let's say that I've got many customers and that we're not working in product mode, but rather in project mode with specific features or behaviour for the different customers.
We detect a bug for a customer, We have no way to find which other customers will be impacted without looking in every branches or tags.
I think subversion need to be able to provide a clear vision of all the target of the different copy of a particular path (clearly the way to get a rapid and sure revision graph)
> Les Mikesell
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Received on Tue Apr 17 18:41:07 2007